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If you're wondering what's up with the camouflage, this is just a preview for the M5.
We won't see the whole shebang until this fall at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Until then, this is as much as you're gonna get, and you're going to like it.
It packs a 4.4-liter, twin-turbo V8, similar to the motor in the previous M5.
It should put out more than 600 horsepower, keeping in line with its competitors.
Unlike previous M5s, this one includes standard all-wheel drive.
However, there is a drivetrain mode that completely eliminates the front axle.
So, it manages to be both AWD and RWD, depending on the owner's preference.
This thing is going to haul some serious ass.
Naturally, we can't wait to drive it.